A major aspect of the spiritual training of a seeker in the path of Sufism is to learn to renounce lowly qualities of materialism, excess and ego.
To do so, one must learn to serve all of humanity with humility and to treat others with dignity, kindness and respect.
Our Silsila is no different, and we all band together under the banner of the Sarwari Qaderi Silsila in order to carry out selfless acts of charity, goodwill and service to humanity. This is the way of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu alayhi wa salam).
Muhammad (Sallallahu alayhi wa salam) ensured that poor people and orphans were well taken care of, that it is our duty as Muslims to look after sickly people and to visit them. Muhammad (Sallallahu alayhi wa salam) taught us to share whatever we can to those less fortunate, because in giving freely of what we possess, we will then receive blessings tenfold. Muhammad’s (Sallallahu alayhi wa salam) life was based on love and serving humanity, goodwill, kindness, mercy, exemplary character and striving to make the world a more equitable and just place.
These are the key teachings of Islam. In order to carry out these teachings and to make a difference in a sustainable way for those in need, our charitable organisation, Sultan Bahu Centre, was established.
Check out some of our silsila’s work in action under our causes.